Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium with Service Pack 1: Windows
Just to avoid all the uninstalling and reinstalling, have you tried running your apps in Compatibility Mode? I've actually gotten everything I use to run, including the persnickety Teamspeak Overlay, by using Compatibility Mode settings. That may save you some grief.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
If you do not have the installation disk you are out of luck, unless you can borrow some ones, removal of operating systems is reletively easy, to need to know which one your are currently connected with, going to the start menue and run the folowing click run, type %windir% and click ok, write down the folder that is open, do not touch that folder if you want to keep that operating system, otherwise your dead, go to microsoft website its all there for you to download and follow the directions, not to hard at all. good luck
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